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Donations have more than doubled, while shoppers return to search for bargains in all of the new merchandise CINCINNATI, JUNE 24, 2020 – The pandemic has made two things abundantly clear. One, there’s little doubt what people did once they were sent home: Cleaned. They channeled their inner Marie Kondo

Denver Newsroom, Apr 28, 2020 / 03:01 am MT (CNA).- The coronavirus pandemic has heightened the problem of food insecurity in many areas of the US already classified as “food deserts”— swaths of the country where people lack access to affordable, nutritious food. Dave Barringer, CEO for the National Council

St. Vincent de Paul volunteer Steve Taylor places bags of donated food into a collection bin outside of Great American Ballpark on Friday, May 31. SVdP collected food from patrons of the Reds games on Friday and Saturday, May 31 and June 1, during their “Strike Out Hunger" campaign. Game patrons who donated three or more non-perishable foods were awarded tickets to a future Reds game. Last year’s drive collected over three tons of food, which fed approximately 5,300 families. (CT photo/David A. Moodie)
St.  Vincent de Paul (SVdP) food pantries are now able to provide 5,000 additional meals this summer to struggling families. The Cincinnati Reds and St. Vincent de Paul’s annual “Strike Out Hunger” food drive on Friday, May 31, and Saturday, June 1, brought in 6,250 pounds—more than three tons—of non-perishable

The St. Vincent de Paul Society celebrated its 150th anniversary on March 26. When the doors opened as they always do at 8 a.m., and society neighbors began to come in for assistance, the lobby of the Liz Carter Outreach Center was decorated with balloons, and they were asked to

On Sunday, Jan. 6, EWTN premieres the movie “Our Faith in Action: Today’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul.” The first showing will be at 3:30 p.m. EST. The 90-minute movie is based on the TV series “Our Faith in Action: Today’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul.” The program

Moving Forward Charlotte suffered years of abuse at the hands of her husband. The violence stopped when she called police and pressed charges. The police took her to the Family Justice Center where she developed a safety plan while police searched for her husband. Once he was behind bars and

By Sharon Semanie If it takes a village to raise a child, 15 parishes within the Greater Miami Valley are paying it forward and making a difference in the lives of the young. They represent membership in the Christ Child Society (CCS) of Dayton, a vibrant organization dedicated to serving

Thousands suffer during extreme heat in the Greater Cincinnati area as they don’t have air conditioning or even fans. On Wednesday, July 11, at 1:00 p.m. at the St. Vincent DePaul  Liz Carter Outreach Center in the West  End, they will be giving away between 150-200 free fans to help people stay

from our June print issue: By Eileen Connelly, OSU Early in her tenure at Mount Notre Dame (MND), Sarah Ray discovered the joy of serving others. As she graduates, she’ll be carrying that joy into the future, continuing to put her faith into action and responding to those in need.

Rev. Barry Windholtz (Courtesy Photo)
Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Liz Carter Homelessness Prevention Fund When: Tuesday, May 8, 2018 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. (Program begins at 7:30p) Where: Cintas Center – Schiff Conference and Banquet Center 1624 Herald Ave Cincinnati, OH 45207 What: Close to 400 guests expected at St. Vincent